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Mukanya Kude (Acacia Xanthophloea) Powder 10g

Mukanya Kude (Acacia Xanthophloea) Powder 10g

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Mukanya Kude or fever tree is commonly found growing in wet marshy areas and along the edges of rivers throughout the eastern and southern parts of Africa. Mukanya Kude was long thought to cause fevers until it was discovered that mosquitos living in swampy areas transmit malaria to humans. Malaria is characterised by fever and other unpleasant symptoms. Mukanya Kude belongs to a group of oneirogens called dream herbs. Dream herbs contribute to experiencing lucid (vivid) dreams. Fever tree is one of the Ubulawu herbs, these South African dream herbs are used to induce prophetic visions and dreams. South African natives believe that dreams are bestowed upon a person by ancestral spirits to impart spiritual wisdom. For thousands of years, the indigenous peoples of Africa and Central America have used dream herbs to enhance dreams and explore the subconscious. This “trip” can lead to valuable insights into fears, hopes, desires and the future. Some dream herbs can help clarify dreams while others prolong dreams. The Zulu added the bark of the fever tree to a sacred dream concoction.

Drink a cup of Mukanya Kude dream tea about an hour before going to sleep to bring about lucid dreams, which may lead to new insights into oneself, one's life and the future.


Add 1-2 teaspoons of the powder to boiling water, and allow it to steep for 5 minutes. Drink the tea an hour before bed. Mukanya Kude tea works best if you drink it daily for approximately 7 nights in a row.

10 grams of Mukanya Kude powder.

Not for sale to minors. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, may become pregnant, are breastfeeding or taking any prescription drug, consult your doctor before using this product. This product and statements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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